Harvest Pies

Using warm spices and luscious fall fruit, our Better Homes and Gardens Test Kitchen experts have created six fall pies you've just got to try.


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Dried Apple Cider Pie
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Dried Apple Cider Pie

    With just seven ingredients, Juliana Hale's recipe is easy to make -- and it's an ideal potluck dessert. "You get double-the-fruit flavor in this labor-saving dessert piled with apples that require no peeling," she says.

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Grape and Pear Pie

    Brimming with luscious fruit, Maryellen Krantz says her pie recipe is even more luscious when you top it with sweetened whipped cream and chopped walnuts.

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Chocolate Nut Pie with Brandied Cherries

    Recipe developer Lori Wilson likens her pie recipe to a "gooey blonde brownie with sweet cherry and chocolate accents." Serve it warm, with a scoop of vanilla ice cream on top.

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Raisin Plum Pie

    Filled with four kinds of fruit, this rustic pie is rich and flavorful. "It makes me feel like fall has finally arrived," says recipe developer Elizabeth Burt. "The dark fruit filling and golden brown crust make it a perfect comfort food!"

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Chocolate-Coconut Pecan Pie

    Colleen Weeden's recipe offers a fresh twist on traditional pecan pie. "Coconut and chocolate take it to the next level," she says. "I never leave with leftovers when I take it to a gathering!"

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Festive Cranberry-Apricot Pie

    Laura Marzen's irresistible recipe requires just 30 minutes of prep and is unique because it "uses apricots, a fruit that is not often used in pie," she says.

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